Meet the boother
Mark Twain said, “Find a job you enjoy doing, and you will never have to work a day in your life,” and when you meet Patrick Moore you realise that there’s never been a truer word spoken.
Patrick has, after a few years of searching, found his passion and is taking the Philly market by storm with his energy, enthusiasm and elevated customer experience.
“I am completely obsessed with client and employee experience. Every single decision that I make regarding the business revolves around whether the adjustment will improve one of those experiences.”
And it is certainly paying off…Patrick started The Best Philly Photobooth just 3 years ago and he’s already got an enviable roster of clients 4 of the top 5 major sports teams, several universities, concert venues, and restaurant groups across Philadelphia.
Name: Patrick Moore
Business Name: The Best Philly Photobooth
How long have you been in business? 3 years (2023 is my 3rd full year)
What is your favourite booth? Minbooth
What is your favourite software? Snappic
Tell us about the best event you ever did?
Our best event was for a large company in Philly where we did a stationary Glam-style photo booth, a 360, and roaming with Spot My Photos. I was so proud of my team that night because while the event had about 1500 guests, we were able to keep lines short and moving quickly. The hosts were absolutely ecstatic with the output and all of the positive feedback that they received. We were referred to 3 other event managers/planners at other companies around Philly and have been hired for several events each.
Your 3 Tips for success in the photo booth industry:
#1 The golden rule. Treat others the way you want to be treated.
In a past career, I learned this motto and it drives everything for me…”Take care of your customers and employees first, and profits will follow.” – Jack Taylor, Founder of Enterprise Rent-a-Car.
#2 Live and bleed your personal brand.
Be the best communicator, have the best process, have the best product, provide the best experience.
#3 Respond quicker, do more, and be better. Remember that time kills sales. Write that last email. Make that last phone call.
I’ve taken my years of experience talking to SMB owners and directly applied them to what I do now…be restless for success and it will come.